Please find for your interest the quarterly TVET College Times for December 2018:
African Journals Online: Open Access Titles promotes access to African Research. These journals cover a wide variety of disciplines that you may find
QCTO Symposium held on the 21st of February 2019 did not deliver on any progress in ensuring that skills training and initiatives are streamlined and mapped to Industry needs. The focus of the Symposium was presentations delivered by public institutions regarding measurement of skills training within these colleges. However, this information is significantly outdated and does not contribute
The presentations from the Symposium are available on the QCTO website under latest notices or click on the below link:
The cabinet says the government is committed to opening up and ensuring wider access to the post-school education and training system.
Law degree from private HE institution deemed as good as from a University, court rules.
The high court in Pietermaritzburg has ruled that there should be no distinction between a law qualification obtained from a public institution, such as the University of Pretoria, and from an accredited private institution.
Read the full article here: https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2019-02-26-law-degree-from-private-college-as-good-as-from-university-court-rules/
World Skills South African and Artisan Career Festival
The NSA will convene the NSA Skills Conference and Award Ceremony2019 as per dates below and APPETD is proud to be a part of this important conference. APPETD’s CEO will deliver a presentation with the topic of “The role of private providers in skills development” and we further commit to supporting the skills development initiatives by presenting a pledge at this conference.
Please visit www.nationalskillsauthority.org.za/ for more information.
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